Break up with your tech

Raise your hand if you watched the Social Dilemma on Netflix. Keep your hand up if you’re still reeling, terrified, and overwhelmed about your own tech addiction.
I know it’s not just me! I see you, and you are so not alone.
That’s why I created these simple journal sheets to help you – once and for all – break up with your tech! Don’t worry, I won’t make you give it up completely. All I know is – I have felt more spacious, more productive, and more happy and energized ever since I set my own tech limits.

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Self-love sermon | Cultivate resilience

Do you judge yourself for the bad days or bad moods? That’s the second arrow, Dear One, and it’s not only unnecessary – it’s downright harmful. In this sermon, we discuss and embody growing in resilience, our ability to sit with discomfort and why it matters!

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Self-love sermon | what if the news felt good?

In this self-love sermon, we get into our news habits: how we consume, how it affects us, how to set boundaries! If you’ve ever wondered, “What if the news felt good?” Or “why doesn’t binging social media feel good long-term?” this one’s for you! Join us as we explore together, dive into guided meditation & embodiment work.

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Stay Home Self-Care: Turning Anxiety into Nourishment During COVID-19

Dear Ones, how things have changed since my last blog post! Jon and I were mid-move into our new house when I got the call that my sister had gone into labor. We had been planning on me being present for the birth, so I hopped on a plane to the Twin Cities. My amazing […]

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Self-Care to Survive the Holidays

I know the title “Self-Care to Survive the Holidays” may seem a tad dramatic… But our nervous systems can get hijacked into fight or flight this time of year quicker than you can say “Jack Frost”. When that happens, our bodies truly go into survival mode, no matter how illogical our brains might reason it […]

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